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As the only gay, Aspergic, quarter-Welsh comic on the British comedy circuit, Britain’s Got Talent 2018 helped to highlight Robert’s distinctive comedy genius. Known for his brilliant timing and anarchic performance style, Robert’s chaotic stage presence, improvisational skills and delivery saw him win the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality. A regular at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2010, his shows regularly impress critics and audiences alike, winning the hearts of the British public. His hilarious routines have also received over 6 million views on YouTube winning him legions of fans across the UK and beyond. 'Robert White, probably – no definitely – the only asperger, dyslexic, cross lateral, gay, quarter-Welsh, webbed toed comedian on the circuit' (The Guardian).
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One of the most popular comedians on the London circuit with her skewed observations that are sometimes dark, sometimes political, hopefully relevant, but usually just bizarre. 'Her strength is in performance, confident, punchy' (Chortle).
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Brighton-based comedy songstress Hannah Brackenbury writes and performs silly songs that are witty, weird and frequently rude.
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Decidedly dark and deliciously different – a one way ticket to a world you never knew existed. Despite being 'unique', she's warm and chatty and has built a cult following for her brand of confessional comedy. 'Outstanding comic, laughs just keep on coming' (Channel 4).
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Gin-drinking cabaret darling, musical comedy misfit and acid-tongued ringmaster. Living somewhere between the stages of music, theatre and comedy, Joe Black takes an audience firmly by the hand and guides them into a place where the strange and unusual reign supreme.
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